11:01AM, Friday 14 March 2014
Painting, cleaning and shifting silt are among the jobs that need tackling as part of Longridge Activity Centre's 'big spring clean.'
More than 100 volunteers have signed-up to help at the event at the centre in Bisham which will run between 10am-4pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Following severe damaged caused to site the during recent floods, the centre has just over a month to prepare for its open weekend due to take place from Friday, April 18.
Jobs that need doing include pruning trees, organising wood, repairing fences and cleaning the playground and boats.
More specialist tasks include painting the office and tiling the cafe.
"This is really important to us," said Longridge's marketing co-ordinator Sam Parker
"We have a very small team and we can only afford so many paid helpers so we heavily rely on volunteers."
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